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TV show seeks families in West London


February 11, 2016

The Three Day Nanny (TDN), the Channel 4 programme, is looking for interest from families with children having behavioural issues.

Kathryn Mewes has over

two decades of experience in the childcare sector. She will attempt to resolve the behavioural problems of children living in the vicinity of Hayes and Ruislip Manor. Families from Feltham, Hounslow and Uxbridge are also welcome to participate. When production companies need volunteers they can use flyers and leaflets as well as local media to attract attention.

Ms Mewes has claimed to have the ability to address a range of awkward problems. Food fussiness, bedtime disputes and tantrums can allegedly be ironed out by her methods. In addition, it has been suggested that she can stamp out argumentative behaviour.

It has been argued that an intervention of just three days can make a big difference to the life of a family in the long term. Firstly, the work is intended to alter the attitude of the children. Secondly, it is meant to add to parenting skills. Improvements in parenting can lead to increased confidence. More assertive parents may find it less difficult to sustain harmonious life in a household.

The producer of TDN is Liberty Bell. The organisation is eager to get suitable families to volunteer for a series that will be broadcast prior to the end of the year. Time is of the essence as a result.